Kyrgyzstan

Hunt Species:

  • Marco Polo Argali
  • Hume Argali
  • Tian Shan Argali
  • Mid-Asian Ibex

The Kyrgyz Republic, or Kyrgyzstan as it’s commonly known, is a central Asian mountain hunters dream located in the western Tian Shan Mountain Range. With affordable rates for both sheep and mid-Asian Ibex, it’s no wonder that Kyrgyzstan has quickly become one of the most popular Asian hunting destinations. Marco Polo Argali, Hume Argali, Tian Shan Argali and very large Mid-Asian Ibex call Kyrgyzstan home. Our outfitter here has been operating in Kyrgyzstan in the late 80’s and has
access to some of the best areas in the country for sheep and ibex. The altitude in Kyrgyzstan isn’t quite as high as what you would see in Tajikistan, so horses are used extensively on these hunts. Lodging ranges from spike camps to comfortable cabins.

Marco Polo Argali – $27,500
7 days in the Naryn hunting area.
August 15th – March 31st.
Additional species:
Mid-Asian Ibex – $4,500
Pricing includes: visa invitation, custom handling, hunting organization for 7 days, trophy fee for one Marco Polo Argali, hunting license, gun import permit, area fees, transfers to and from Bishkek airport, full board accommodation during the hunt, interpreter and local guide.
NOTE: Marco Polo Argali is in CITES II. U.S. clients are required to submit their own permit application permit to USFWS before May 1st.

Hume Argali – $27,500
November, January/February

Tian Shan Argali – $27,500
August 20th – November 30th or January/February

Mid-Asian Ibex – $7,900
7 days in the Naryn hunting area.
August 15th – March 31st
Additional species:
2nd Mid-Asian Ibex – $4,500

Pricing includes: visa invitation, custom handling, hunting organization for 7 days, trophy fee for one Ibex, hunting license, gun import permit, area fees, transfers to and from Bishkek airport, full board accommodation during the hunt, interpreter and local guide.

Reach out to us for further details and/or available dates.

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Sean Wilkerson and a great Mid-Asian Ibex from Kyrgyzstan.